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THE BEE: OMAHA, THUBSDAY, JULY 3U 1914.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Old-Time War Scare Brings Tumult
OLD-TIME DEALS ARE ECLIPSED
Combination ot ClrcnmMnncr of
Enropenn Unrest land Hud Crop
Report from Cnnarfa Send
Trailer Into Dlg.nletudc.
OMAHA, July 39, 1914.
There was an old-time war scare In the
wheat pit yesterday. Prlre changes were
urnhnhiv the most sensational ever wit
nessed In the Chicago wheat pit . The
trade, wai "at sea." eo to speak, not car
Ing to make heaty new commitment on
enner mo Duying or scmnK ui um ihi
Ket. and the averago professions! changed
1,1a nntlllnn'mnnv tlmpftttlurlnT tho flay.
The -Joe" Lcltcr aeai, as well ns the
rie.U (tint were nulled off bv R. IV Hutch
inson, "Old Hutch," In the day lone
gone dy wero ovrr-naianccu uy mo ecu
satlonal market of yesterday. There was
n. combination of complications which
caused tho wlldness. The entering wedge
was tho sensationally Dad news irom iius-
fcln whf there wern losses compared
with last year of 152,000.000 bu. spring
wheat as reported by sixty-three . gov
ernments, S0.u00.000 bu. barley and Sio,
OiO.OOO bu. oats. This was followed by
reports from northwestern cannaa anu
especially from the province, of Saskatch
ewan, that In many sections the crop has
been totally destroyed by tho high tem
peratures and lack of moisture.
The dav In wheat will go down as a
record affair. There wero changes ct ns
much as 3c upward or downward, with
only a few sales, ho eager were the pro
fessionals to place themselves even with
tho market or so eager were many of the
brokers to execute the open orders held
by them. Not only were domestic spec
ulators on the buying- side, but tho for
eigners who sold their wheat at low
prices on Monday were pressing their
claim for the much wanted grain. Hail
not many of those with handsome profits
been witling to toko the money fairly
thrown nt them there would have been
Old timers In tho Chicago market re
call the senaatlonal wheat changes In 1871,
which wero caused by the Franco-Prus-Man
war. Corn was up ItfHirs In rsytn-
rathy with wheat. Omaha reported
eavy losses from hot weather and
drouth In the North Platte country of
Nebraska. Down-stato points reported
qulto a number of places claim light
rains and lower temperatures and condi
tions more favorable Tho weather map
showed some good rains In lown, Ne
braska and parts of Missouri, with scat
tered showers In Illinois and the Ohio
Hog products were also Included In the
war excitement and the list showed a
very good bulge.
Wheat was MJ3c higher.
Corn was unchanged to He higher.
Oats were unchanged.
Clearances were: Wheat und flour
eqjal to 675.000 bushels; corn, 5,000 bushels;
caUi, 0,000 bushels.
Liverpool closed: Wheat, WW
higher; com. llV4d higher.
Primary wheat receipts were S.100.0CO
bushels and shipments 098,000 bushels,
against receipts of 1,022,000 bushels nnd
ehlrnicnts of 1,193,000 bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts were BS7.000 bush
els and shipments 4&0,O0O bushels, against
receipts of 391,000 bushels and shipments
of 269.000 bushels last year.
Primary oats receipts wore 1.819,000
bushels and shipments 7S0.00O bushels,
ngalnst receipts of 793,000 bushels and
shipments of 436.000 bushels last year.
Chicago 978 181 397
Minneapolis 1) ...
Omaha 07 4G 30 1
Kansas City 301 35 12 ...
Pt. Louis 2S7 K 79
These salos wero reported today: Wheat
No. 2 hard winter: 4 cars, SIMc; 2 cars,
Sic. No. 3 hard winter: 1 car, MHo; 1 cor,
Hc. No. 4 hard winter: 1 car, SOc. Oats
No. 3 whlto: U cars. 34Hc No. 4 white;
1 car, old, local sale, S4Vic; 6 cars. 34c;
2 cars, SIHc; 1 car, 3JHc No grade. 1 car,
32c; 2 cars. 31c. Corn No. 1 white: 2 cars,
75e. No. 3 white: 3 8-G cars. 74c, No. 6
whlto: 1 car, 73Uc. No. 1 yellow: 2 cars,
70e, No. 2 yellow: 1 car, 7014c: 6 cars.
70c No. 3 yellow: 3 cars, 70c. No. C yel
low: 1 car, 69Via No. 1 mixed. 2 cars,
near whlto, 71c; 5 cars. 69Mc. No. 2 mixed:
S cars. 9V4e; 1 car. 69c. No. 3 mixed: 1
car, near white. 72c: 1 car, fiSHc No. 6
mixed: 3 cars, 67c; 2 cars, 0!Hc- Sample
mixed: 1 car, 65t4c.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 1 hard,
S0HfS2Hci No. 3 hard. 7HitfslHc; No. 4
hard. 76060c; No. 2 spring, SOJJSlo; No. 3
spring. 7!K3S0c; No. 4 spring, 76078c: No.
2 durum, 784T9VjC; No. 3 durum, 77H
TSHc. Com: No. 2 white, 74V4tf741io; No.
CZMj9Hc; No. 3 mixed, 68J68Mc'H No. 4
mixed. 67H4J6SC. Oats-No. 2 while, 34UCP
35o; standard, 34MC34ic; No. 3 white,
34U?34Hc; No. 4 white, 33OS4c, Barley:
Malting, 45S62c; No, 1 feed. 43 45c. Rye;
No. 2. 623630; No. 3, 61VMIC2HO.
CHICAGO GltAIX AND moVISIONP
Features of the Tradlnar and Oloalne
Prlcea on Ilonrtl of Trndr-
CHICAGO. July 23. Apparently tncreas
In chances that aftor all tho war might
be narrowed down und prove brief tended
to give tho wheat market today a sharp
setback Instead of another stunning ad
vance. No failures dovcloned, from yes
terday'a leap of nearly 10 cents, oven
among the smallest traders. In conse
quence, weakness rather than feverish
strength characterized tho close, with
I rial values at virtually the lowest point
or the day and SHtHHo under last night
Tumbling prices for wheat In the first
few minutes wont to an extreme of 4Hc.
Violent reactions ensul, but In no case
exceeded 2Ho from tho bottom ot the
Before the lapse of thirty minutes the
convulslvo awing In the market had to a
it re At extent ceased nnd from that time
until near the close the price chance
kept within fairly reasonable bounds, held
fast by the refusal of a majority ot firms
to aecept oracrs unless nacxea uy mar
Kins ot Wo In 30c bushel. In the end
values were crumbling rapidly, an much
m lo a bushel In a few minutes, but
still did not get but a rifflu below the
level touched at tho opening.
Corn lurched downward with wheat,
without, however, suffering any unusual
break. Independent bullish action came
later with a lesult of damugo com
plaints due to dry, hot weather. The
wlndup. though, was unsettled, Uo to i
t?T-io net lower.
Oats ruled easy. Influenced In a meas
ure by liberal acceptances ot bids from
here to the country. The close In tho
main was lower hy Ho to l'4o net.
Provisions wero sold freely, especially
hy foreigners, on every decided advance.
The outcome was a ragged finish, but
with the average at about the same as
Quotations ranged as follows:
Repti 20 95
titpt.) 10 30
Oat.. 10 30
rient.l 12 10
Oct.! 11 62HI
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red,
(9$Jc; No. 3 hard. 89392c; No. 5 north
em. fl.0Hin.C3; No. 2 spring, 98ca1.00.
corn- No. 2 yellow. 7C7M4c; No. I yel
low. 75c Oats: No, 3 white. S6HfS7c;
new. aHigSCc; standard, new. 36Hc. Rye:
No, 2, nominal; No. 3, 6SHc. Barley, 41
S7c. Heeds: Timothy, S4.WQ4.W. clover,
I10.00gl3.00. Provisions: Pork, S3 25 lard,
S10.02V4tllO.05; ribs. IU.87HS 12 33.
POTATOES-Steady; receipts. 26 cars;
Kansas, Missouri. Minnesota and Ohio.
I5(c bu-, home grown, 90c431.00 per
bag: Virginia, bbls.. SM5SS.25.
EGOS-HIgher; receipts. 11.S74 cases: at
mark, oases Included. 15CF1SKC; ordinary
Hints, 17V4c; firsts. 1W619C.
POULTRY-Allve, steady; springs. ICQ
Uc, fowls, 15c.
Omaha Hay Market.
OMAHA, July 2i HAY Choice upland
and midland, tlLCOl2.0O; No. 1. S10.60O
J160. No, I, S9.OOfilO.00; Nf. 3. Sl.CftSVO.
Straw Choice wheat. 31506.00; choice
oat or rye, S6.0036.CO. AUalfw: Choice.
High. I Low. J Close.! Tes y.
Ssl 90S41 m RSI 9iU
ss J n mil ss I v:h
74 74' 73i 74 'l 7H
7lil 73 I 71 I ill,
36!il SStsl il 37
37 I 37 I 85ii JSVil S6H
). . 1. I. .
!3 nn 23 n
21 00 I 20 W 20 CO
10 S2MI 10 05 1 10 UH 10 22
10 37141 10 12M 1Q 20 I 10 20
12 10 11 tm II 92H1 11 56
I 11 65 I 11 40 111 4741 11 67tt
' tllOOfMI.OO; No. 1. S12.0U3U.0O; No. 2, 111.00
PRAIRIE HAT-No. 1 to choice Upland,
11 (Ogll 50; No. 2 to choice upland, l.00fl
1100: No. 3 to choice upland, S7.0Q4t9.00;
No. 1 to choice midland. J10.COf 11.00, No.
2 to choice midland. S9.W4I1O.O0; No. 2 to
choice midland, S7.OOiW.06; No. 1 to choice
lowland. S9.00-fn0.00; No. 2 to choice low
lond, Ss.OO69.O0; No. 3 to choice lowland,
STRAW Choice wheat, 15.00; oat or rye,
ALFALFA-Cholee. S12.O04J14.O0; No. 1,
tlJ.00U00; No. 2. Sll.OOgltCO.
OMAHA GliNKIltli MAIIKF.T.
nUTTER No. 1, 1-lb. cartoons, 27c: No,
1. co-re. tubs, 27c.
CHEESE Imported Swiss. 2!c; Amer
ican Swiss, 2tc; block Swiss, 22c; twins,
17c; daisies, l?Hc; triplets, lj&c; Young
Americas. 19c; bluo label brick, 17ttc; Dm
burger, 2-lb., l$c; 1-lb., 20c; New York
KISH-VV'hlte. 1c; trout. Vie. large crop
pies, 12c; Spanish mackerel, 16c; shad roe.
per pair, 60c; salmon, 16c; halibut, lie;
buffalo, 9Vir, channel CHtrtsh, lec; pike,
13c: pickerel, 9c.
POULTRY-Brollers. 20o; hens, 12c:
cocks, 8Hc, ducks, 8c; geese, 8c; turkeys,
15e; pigeons, per dozen, 90c; ducks, full
feathered. Kc. geese, full feathered, 8c:
squabs. No. 1. Jl.60; No. 2. 50c.
BEEF CUTB Ribs. No. 1, 19Ve; No. 2,
17&c; No. 3. 15c. IxJlns, No. 1, 21V4c; No.
2. lV4e; No. 3, 16',c Chucks, No. 1, 1214c;
No. 2, 12c; No. 3, 10V. Hounds, No. 1,
Wic; No. 2, IBVic; No. 3, 134c Plates,
No. 1, Hic; No. 2, He; No. 3, 7c.
Tho following fruit and vegetable prices
ore quoted by the Glllnsky Fruit com
pany: FIIU1TS Oranges: Extra fancy Glen
dnra Valencia. 96s, 112a, 120s, 150s, 176s,
200s and IMs, 13.75 per box; Ited Ball
Valenclss, all sizes, $3.5? per box. LemM
ous: Extra fancy Golden now), 900s, 3G0,
S7.OT per box; fancy Silver cord, 200s. 3G0s,
$6.50 per box. Grapefruit: Extra fancy,
Ms, 14.50 per box; extra fr, 4Cs, H.w
per box; extra fancy, 30s. 13.50 per box:
Indian Itlvcr. Ms nnd M, 15.00 per box.
Apples: Wnlsaps, 12.60 per box; Duchess,
$(.0OflH.60 per barrel.
CALIFORNIA FRUITS Peaches: Ex
tra fancy Placer Co. Klbertas or Craw
fords, 85c per box; to box lots, Kc per
box; 100 box lots or more, 80c per box.
Pears: California Mountain linrtlett, full
box. 12.26 per box; 10 box lots. S2.20 per
box; 23 box lots or more, 12.1 r box.
Plums, Diamond, 11.50 per crate. Grant,
SI M per crate; Wlcksc:, Si.w- pr crate;
5-crate lots. 10c less: 10-crat lot,. .So
less. Apricots: Wenachce, Washington,
for shlpmrnt next Thursday, pr crale,
Jl.M; t-crate lots, $1.4.'.; 10-crate lots, Sl.f.
CANTA1X)UPEH Arizona, standards
S3.00 per crate; Jumbos, S2S0 per crate;
Pony S2.W per crate.
VKOETAUI.ER-Cabbage. 2i4c. per lb.;
California onions, 4c per lb.; peppers, Mo
per basket: fancy tomatoes. 50c per crate:
cucumbers, hothouse, 2 dox. basket, " per
oasKei; now necis, carrois, lurnips, zc per
doz. ; celery, Mich., Sue per doz.; celery,
Denver, large Jumbo, S1.00 per doz.; head
lettuce. Wcflll.CO per doz.: leaf lettuce.
40o per doz.; onions, home-grown, 15o per
doz.; radishes, COc per doz.; garlic, Italian,
20c per lb.; horseradishes, 1.M per caso;
shelled popcorn. 4o per lb.; nsnitraeus.
homo-grown, market price about 30c per
doz.; potatoes, now, Ji.w&l.iu per
CAUUFIX)WER Home-gorwn. S1.01
WATERJIEIONS-lHo per lb.
I1ANANAH S1.78ftU.tO Per bunch.
NUTS Baited peanuts, Sl.tO per case:
No. l California walnuts. lSVic per lb.:
pecans. 12Ho per lb,; filberts, ISo per lb.;
aimonas, auo per in.; popcorn, 40 per lb.
MlSCEMANEOl!! - Sugar walnut
dates, $125 per box; limes, $1,75 per
basket; crackerjack, J3.50 per case:
checkers, 1M per case; crackerjack, per
half case. 11.75; checkers, per halt case,
Corn nnrt "VVhent Tteg-Bn Tlnlletln.
Corn and wheat reclnn bulletin of the
United States Department of Aerlcultura.
weather bureau, at Omaha, for the twenty-four
hours ending at 8 a. m.. 75th
meridian time, Wednesdoy, July 29:
High. Low. fall. Skv.
Aehtand, Neb,.. 99 71 .65 Cloudy
Auburn. Nob... 97 71 .09 Ft. cloudy
SVkcn How, Nb 93 68 .00 Clear
Columbus, Neb, 95. 70 .07 Pt. cloudy
Culbortson, Nb. 96 65 .00 Clear
Falrbury, Neb.. 99 72 .OS Pt. cloudy
Fairmont. iNeo. m 71 .00 Clear
Or. Island, Nb.. 95 71 .26 Pt. cloudy
itarungt'n. Nb I'S 72 .00 Cloudy
Hastings, Neb.. 93 70 .0 in. cloudy
Holdrege, Neb. 9S 71 .00 Pt. cloudy
Lincoln. Neb... 97 73 .20 Pt. cloudy
No. Platte. Nb 94 6 .00 Pt. cloudy
Oakdale, Neb., 96 69 .00 Cloudy
omano. Neb..,. 97 72 .00 Pt, cloudy
Tekamah, Neb. 91 68 ,00 Cloudy
valentine. Nb. 96
Alta. la..'. 90 64 .00 Clear
Carroll. Ia 91 63 .00 Clear
Clarlnda, la.... 100 70 .00 Clear
Sibley. la 90 63 .00 Clear
Sioux City, la.. 92 70 .00 Cloudy
Minimum temnerature for tndvs-hour
period ending at 8 a. m.
High. Low. fall.
Columbus, O...,. 18
Louisville, Ky... 22
Indla'polls. Ind.. 13
Chicago, 111 4
St. Ioills, Mo.... Z2
Ds Moines, la.. 34
Kan. City. Mo.. 33
Omaha. Neb 17
The weather la slightly 'cooler In tho
com and wheat belt. Showers occurred
In all except the Dea Moines, Chicago,
Indianapolis and Columbus districts.
Heavy rains occurred at points In tho
Dakotas. L. A. WELSH. .
Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
New York General Market.
NEW YORK. July 29.-SliOAR-Raw,
steady: molasses, 2.61c; centrifugal, 3.26c,
Refined, steady; cut loaf, 6.30c; crushed,
B.20CL mould ''A." 4.85c; cubes. 4.6&c;
XXXX powdered, 4.65c; powdered, 4 60c:
fine granulated, 4.40c: diamond "A,
4.400; confectioner' "A," 4.30c; No. 1,
BUTTER-Steady; receipts 6.&0O tubs;
creamery extras. 2829c; firsts, 25fJ2JV4c(
seconds, 22'.4ir2(c: process, extras, 22Vkf
23V4c; ladles, current make, firsts. 50W
21c; ueennds, 19V4)r20o; packing stock, cur
rent make. No. 2, l$VMil9c.
CHKESB-Steady; receipts, 1,700 boxes;
state, whole milk, fresh, white or colored,
specials, 14, If 15c; same, average fancy.
14Vi&14He; skims, IHSUHc.
EGaa-Fresh gathered extras, 25027ci
firsts, 21H4it2Hc; seconds. 19S21c; state,
Pennsylvania and nearby hennery, whites,
29031c, state, Pennsylvania and nearby
hennery, gathered whites, 25lic; state,
Pennsylvania and nearby hennery browns,
26$fJ7c; state. Pennsylvania and nearby
hennery, gathered browns and mixed col
POULTRY - Dressed, firm; western
chickens, frozen, njjf.'Oc; fowls. IMJlDHo:
turkeys. 25fiC6o; live. Irregular: western
chickens, broilers. lfrgtOc; fowls,
SllnuraiioHs Oralu Mnrkel,
MINNEATOLIS. July 2S.-WHEAT-July.
94c; Beptember, S9T4c; No. 1 hard.
Sl.OOV.:. No. 1 northern. SS'JeiOc; No. J
FLOUR Advanced 40c per bbl. today.
Prices: Fancy patents. 15.00; first clears.
S3.75, second clears, S2.75; shipments, 67,000
CORN-No. 3 yellow, 7341 73 Vic
OATS No. 3 white. 35j35Vjc
Kalians City (irntn and ProvUlons.
1CAN8AS CITY. July S.-WHBAT-No.
5 hard. S2HWic; No. 2 red, S2ViJS3e; Hep
tember. $2c; December, S4T4C$5c
CORN No. 2 mixed. 74V4r7Sttc: No. 2
white, TOc; September, 70Hc; December.
OATS-No. 2 white, 37ity3SHc; No. 2
BUTTER-Creamery. 2So; firsts. 21o;
sovonus. lav. pacAiiiH siuck, 19c
EGGS Firsts. 19c; seconds, lie.
POULTRY Hens, IJVic; broilers, 170
' Llvrrpool Grain 3Inrkr(,
LIVERPOOL. July 29.-WHEAT-No. 1
Manitoba, ta: No. 2. 7s 9Hd: No. 3. 7s8Vid;
October. 7s 6Hd; uecemDer. .s sa.
CORN Snot, nominal; practically none
offered: September. Ss Sr4d.
FLOUR Winter, pattnta. 2Sa
HI. I.oala Grain Slarkel.
ST. IOUlS. July 39. WHEAT No. 2
red. K711SHo; No. 2 hard. SSViOc; July,
87V4c; September. 8Sc.
CORN No. 2. ti&l6c: Na 2 white. SOVSo;
July. 76c, September. 734e
OATS Na 3. 35Vie3te: No. 2 white. S7Hc.
See real estate columns for bargains.
OMAHA LIYESTOCK MARKET
Best Beeves Steady, with Common
H0QS SHOW BUT LITTLE CHANGE
fthrep unit I.nmlia Steady In a Shade
JMronRer nnd All Sell Enrlr
Itrcelpls of AH Kinds
SOUTH OMAHA, July 29, 1914.
Receipts wero: Uutt.e. Hogs. Sheep
umcjai .Monday.. .... 4.800
Official Tuesday........ 3,121
Estimate Wednesday.. 2,023
Three days this week lO.Ot 19,4 30,W)t
Same days Inst week.. 9,609 S2.7PO 36,675
Samo days 2 weeks ago 6,207 24.627 17,621
Samo days 3 weeks ago 5,214 19,m 27,249
bamedaya4 weeke ago lu.003 2.4,114 25,701
Same days last year.. 8.639 .3,719 33,646
The following table shows the range ot
of cattle, hogs nnd sheep at tho South
Omaha live Stock market for the year to
date as compared with last your:
1914. 1912. Inc. Dec.
Cattle 441,526 464,067 22.541
Hogs 1,538,924 1,678,713 , 19,789
fchetp 1,251,735 1,074,445 177,290
The following table shows the receipts
prices for hogs at the South Omaha live
stock market for the last few days with
Date. I 1914. 1913.U9l2.ll911.tl910.1909.190i.
July io.j 8 34i
N (2)1 1 l&l fi 2lll S 251 7 821 6 31
HJiy s GQ
July 17.1 8 7',4
July 18.1 C73
8 761 7 IB 8 28 7 83 6 37
8 82 7 It 6 30 7 741 6 41
8 91 7 17 6 34 8 35 I 6 40
8 8S 7 20 6 35 8 S0 7 70
) 7 23 6 33 8 281 7 75
8 871 I 6 271 S 3I 7 70
8 a 7 251 6 351 8 43! 7 591
8 771 7 3S 6 33 ( 7 67 6 31
j 8 77 i 7 47 31 S 28 I 0 24
Is O! 7 57 6 451 8 27 7 Til
8 9S-VI ' 7 05 6 551 8 31 7 45! 6 13
July 29.1 8 2' 8 67 ' 7 C6 B 67 I 9-i I 2Q b II
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union Stock yards In Houtn umana
for twenty-four hours ending at 3 p. m.
C. M. & m. V
& N. W., east ,
C. fk N. W., west
0., St P., M. & O
C, n. & Q., east
C. n. ft Q west ,
4 26 7
2( 34 1
. 2 r, ...
81 125 8
C II. I. A P., east....,
C, R. I. & P., west
Total receipts ....
Morris & Co
Swift & Co
ICudahy Packing Co....
Armour Ac co
Schwartz ft Co
Lincoln Packing Co.,..
O. K. Serum Co
Omaha Scrum Co
Swift, K. C.
Ronton, Vnnsant & I....
j 1 111 a hon
F. R. Low Is
aiuston ft Co
J. 11. Root ft Co...
J. II. nulla
I.. F. Husz
Mccreary ft Kellogg....
wertheimer c uegen..
31. F. Hamilton 35
Sullivan Bros 3
Mo. ft Kan. Calf Co 3
Ilaker, Jones ft Smith. 40
Tanner Hros. 39
John Harvey 98
Other buyers 213
Totala 2.01S 7.560 2.8SI
CATT1.B Receipts were very moderate
this morning only olghty-onc cars being
reported In the yards.. The receipts for
the three days, however, amount to 10,000
head, being tho largest for a number of
weeks back, and larger than a year ago
by almost 1.HO head. A very consider
able proportion of all the cattle In the
yards consisted of cornfed steers with a
good sprinkling of well finished and de
sirable killers. ... . M
The best beef steers w6re fully steady,
tho best cattle selling up to 19.75. The
less dcslrftblo kinds were sldw to a little
lower In some cases. The market was
reasonably active and tho desirable kill
ers changed hands In very fair season.
Cows and heifers wero In very light
supply, there being only a few scattering
loads in addition to the usual odds and
ends. Tho market an that kind ot cattle
did not show much change, prices re
maining about steady with yesterday.
There were only a few good feeders In
the yards and they brought steady prices.
Common und Inferior stock cattle wero
slow sellers at prices that were weak to
10c lower thon yestordoy.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
boot steers, S9.IM19.75; fair to .good beet
steers, S8.7h39.25; common to fair beef
steers, t7.75US.76: choice to fancy cornfed
heifers, S8.00ff9.00; good to choice heifers,
S7.001i7.T5; good to choice cows, S6.60i97.40;
fair to good grades, 35.60(76.50; common to
fair grades, S3.75tp5.60; good to choice
stockern and feeders, J7.75ffS.S5: fair to
good Mockers and feeders. 17.007.50;
oommon to fair stockers and feeders, S8.25
(07.00; stock cows and heifers, 15,007.10;
stock calves. tT.0038.00; veul calves. 17.50
10 60; bulls, stags, etc.. SS.25m.6J.
ueki- htk lilts.
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... . t40 S0 I ,. IM
, HO 4 00
, Slfl 4 00
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t'O t 00
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no 1 so 1
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too 10 II
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STOCKERS AND FKKDEKS
l 711 t 00 SO 125 T 00
3 aa 7 a aw 1 ot
1 tOO II 114 7
1 110 t II It t 10U 7 U
411 T 00 U 110 1 It
I Ill 7 00
Hune Commission Company. California.
38 sters...,1167 7 90 35 steers ...1212 7 90
61 steers. ...1126 7 75 47 steers... .1174 7 75
Frank J. Woodrlng. South Dakota.
21 feeders., f S3 7 40 4 feeders.. $83 6 50
1 feeders.. 930 7 20
6 cows 1050 30 3 cows 1133 6 30
2 cows ) 5J5
3 cows 810 4 60
1 feeders.. 815 7 60
17 rows P74 5
4 stockers. 900 4 75
6 feeders.. 774 6 75
IS heifers.. 611 7 00
62 cows 95T 6 25
2 cows 776 6 70
2 stockers. 740 4 76
HOGS Another moderate run ot hogs
1 was reported toay. something like 155
ars, or 7.9M lit ad making up the supply
The three days' total is 19.495 head, being
a shortage ot more than 3.000 head as
compared with last wek. and over 4,000
head smaller than a year ago.
In splto of the fact that receipts wero
only fair and other markets all higher,
the local trade opened dull, even the
shippers seeming afraid to get In very
heavy. Komo of the best hogs sold early
to shippers and speculators at figures
that were fully steady, and one of the
packers bought a von' tew loads on the
early trade at about the same prices.
Tho other buyers refused to even make
a hid until late In the forenoon, and nslde
from the few bunches cashed early the
trade was practically lifeless until clore
It was 10:30 o'clock before packers be
gan bidding, and then their offers were
right around a nickel lower. With
stronger prices at other market points
fnlesmen refused to trade on this banls
Values failed to show any Improvement
though, and as buyers did not seem to
care much whether they bougnl anything,
sellers finally gave In and started iclllng
at figures that wero a little stronger than
the first bids, but at that looked weak
with yesterduy's average. After a trad
ing basis had been reached the trade
livened up a little, nnd at the same time
prices firmed up until In the end the
bulk of the sales was marie at about
Most of the offerings fold at S.S.65flSA-.,
with a top nt J8.5S. A full load of eighty
pound pigs sold to a serum company nt
19.no. with some others an hieh n
S5.75. There are only a few pigs coming
nt this time, but tho few that are on sale
are moving nt I7.&WJ9.00.
Bh. Pr. No, Ar. Sh. fr,
... SIS 41 K7 ... its
IM tt 313 10 I tl
10 tt VI 341 160 I s
40 I IS M 331 410 8 05
... 'St II 313 ... I IS
44 ( 67 U SI 253 ... fS
... i ITVi II 397 ... IIS
U0 I 67 'a ( 3)9 J CO s IS
40 I 00 71 200 49 I IS
... M 70 234 ... I OS
10 I (0 17 3M 10 HI
... 10 (S3 370 130 I (3
40 I (0 ( 341 ... Ill
130 I 0 m . . I tl
... 10 II 313 10 S IS
... I 10 0 317 . . I 67',4
...,() H2 ... TO
... I (0 Mi 3f ... I 70
... I 10 10 267 200 I 70
(0 TT 222 110 70
SO t M I alt ... S 74
too eo ; "to ... to
... I 40 t1 3?) 310 70
10 I to St 10 l 72!i
... S CO 11 387 ... 71
10 I II) CO t.3 10 ll
40 SCO : 110 ... 75
160 I 60 14 322 ... t 7S
10 14 31 335 ... 8 TS
160 8 14 79 200 120 8 T(
no i to. n 371 i:o 8 7s
... I CO .., 334 ... 8 75
SO t )t, ( 209 20 8 77H
... 8 63 73 316 SO 8 10
... 8 IS 10 301 ... 8 10
80 I IS U..r...Ml M Hi
... I tJ
... 8 23
8HB.K,P The situation this morning was
another light run. an active trade on such
lambs as were on sale and prices steady
to a ahado better. Somo eight cars .of
lambs constituted tho entire receipts,
while the total supply of sheep and lambs
a week ago amounted to 11,935 head, and
a year ago 12.263 head, it was quite evi
dent the packers wanted some good kill
ing lambs today, bait there were no good
offerings hero, so buyers were forced to
tako whatever was nvallable. Everything
sultablo for the packers was weighed up
at an early hour, and among tho sales
were four cars of Idaho lnmbs at SViS
and one car of natives at SS.00.
With such light receipts tho feeder
trade was naturally contracted, the onlv
transactions of consequence being two
cars of feeding lambs that sold In good
season at t6.90, being fully steady with
yesterday and Monday.
Unusually light receipts for this time
ot the year have been the outstanding
features of the Week thus far. accom
panied with an advance of about 10M5a
on lambs, while mutton offerings aro
quotably strong to a dime higher than
the close of last week. Another Impor
tant imiuro nas neen a consldcrablo fall
ing off in the quality.
has been n. limited ilonl In fArtlnir
sheep and lambs all the week to date, but
this haa been duo to the short supplies
rawer man 10 any siacKnesn in tue de
mand. Tho chief Interest has been In
lamba and yearlings, lnmbs being quota
ble at S6.604i6.90, and yearlings sold yes
terday at S5.80O5.60. Few owes or wethers
changed hands on feeding account.
Quotations on lange sheep ana lambs:
Lambs, good to choice, t7.758,20; lambs,
IttLrto.;ood. S7.250r7.75; lambs, feeders.
t5.6OS6.90; yearlings, good to choice. 15.65
OO. Do: yearlings, fair to gooa, So.40i?d,6j;
yearlings, feeders, S5.0O3u.50; wethers,
?;ood to choice, S5.40S.6v: wethers, fair
o jrood,. S5.0CX35.40: wethers, feeders, 34.00
a-4.60: ewes, good to cbolce. t4.7M7.Vft1.
ewes, fair to good, t4.6034.75; ewes, feed-
1.118 Idaho lambs..
693 Jdsho lambs
217 native lambs
CIIICA;o LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Slovr nnrt Steady Hogs
CHICAGO, July 29.-CATTLE-Rccelpts.
13,000 head; market slow and steady;
beeves. S7.4OU10.00; steers, S6.40rj8.40; stock
ers and feeders, S5.6O&S.00; cows and heif
ers, t3.75Q9.16; cnlves, S7.COQlli25.
Hoas-Recelpts, 20,000 head; market un
settled; bulk of sales, tS.75ti9.lo; lights.
S3.75tfS.30; mixed. S8.60fi9.25: heavy, S8.404J
9.15; rough. 18.4008.55; pigs. S7.5Ofi9.10.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 18.000
head; market slow nnd generally steadv;
fh"P. .rlSS8-'6! yearlings, $5.6086.60;
Kansas CHy Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. July 29. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 6,000 head; market lower; prime
fed steers, t9.4T-89.90; dressed beet steers.
t7.70fl9.00; western steer. t6.75fffO.50; stock
ers and feeders. t.OOS.40; bulls, S5.00
6.50; calves, J6.00fri0.00.
. HOGS Receipts. 4.&00 hoad; market
higher; bulk of sales, SS.75fi8.90; heavy,
5490fj0.00: packers and butchers, $8.80
9.W; lights, SS.75tf8.95; pigs, SK.25aS.75.
SHEEP AND IMUS-Reeeipts, l.GOO
hoad: market higher; lambs, S7.60tfS.15;
yearlings, S5.00ti6.15; wethers. S4.75QO.60;
Hlonx City Live Slock Market.
SIOUX CITY, la.. July 29. CATTLE
Receipts, 1.200 head; market steady to 15c
lower; natlvo steers. S7.75CSO.25; butchcrfi.
55.fj0f(Si36; cows and heifers, t5.1036.60;
canners. S3.6043&23; stockors and feeders,
.557.?0; calves. tS.G03 W.E0; bulls and
stags, etc., S5.60S7.C0.
HOGS Receipts, 660 head; market,
steady; heavy, S8.S5dj8.70; mixed. SS.4IH4
8.50: light, S$.45fi8.47U; bulk ot sales, 18.45
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Uccelpts. 1C0
St. Louis Lire Stock Murket.
ST. LOUIS, July lO.-iCATTLE Re
ceipts. 4.7CO head; market steady; natlvo
beef steers. S7.50igt.80; cows hnd deifies.
t5.0OCi9.25; stockers and feeders, S3.OO07.5O;
southern steers, S6.OOT28.CO; cows and heif
ers, I4.b0firt.60; native calves, S6.0O9T10.5O.
HOGS Receipts, 6.9C0 head: market 60
higher; pigs and lights, 37.50(99.25; mixed
and butchers, SS.SOOJO.SO; good heavy, SS.10
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 2.100
head; market steady; native muttons, S4.00
64.50; lambs, t7.00O8.00.
HI. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. July 29.-CATTLE-Re-
cetpts, 1,000 head. Market steady; steers,
t7.5Otj9,50; cow a and heifers. tt.0OhO.36;
HOGS-Recelpts, 4.100 head. Market'
higher; bulk of sales, SK.7KffS.90.
&HEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 300
head. Market higher; lambs. S7.0OS7.W.
STOCKS AND IIONDS.
Rnvlevr of Operations on Slock Ux
chnnitr Dariutc the Dn.
NEW TORK, JUiy 29. Tense excite
ment and wild trading attended the early
dealings on the Stock exchange today.
Advices from abroad were again ot an
alarming character, with heavy lotses In
such American stocks as were quoted by
the London Stock exchange. Initial losses
here ran irom 3 to 6 pdlnts In many of
tne better Known securities, including
Oreat Northern. Reading. Amalgamated
Copper. I'tah Copper. Anaconda, St Paul,
Consolidated Oaa and Soo. Canadian Pa-
cltlc. the weakest of the high grade
IstiiM receulty. openea at a slight ad-
vance. Steel, which' was traded In In lots
Mu.iH. 11. A mIIw f 1 In tw.l.-
U m.VJ IU U.WV pil-ta. ulicu V 1 III M,
UCVIIlin Ul awaiv v w I'UIIHH
ued under the lead of lleadln?. Great
Northern. l"nlon Pacific, Southern Pacific
and St Paul. The output of stock was to
large that no bond transactions we're
icorded in the first thirty minutes.
From a feverish and much lower open
ing today's market changed Its course In
short order to one of attlvo strength and
many net gains, due to extensive buying
by Investors. Tho closing was strohg.
Number ot sales anu leading quotations
011 stocks were as follows
Salri. ItlrV Iiw. Clc
AmilMmalfd Ofp-r . .
American !tet HuJr...
American H. A It
American 9 ai It. pM .
Amtr. Sugar Refining..
American T T
llaltlmor A Ohio
Itrnoklrn Rapid Tr
rhlcarn O. W
t'hlraso. M t St 1'...
C1ilrar,o & N. W. . ..
( hlno Coppar
Colorado Fuel ft Iron ..
Denver A nio Grande...
Denver It. O. efd..
Dlrtlllera' Recurltle ..
Cleneral Rlectrlc 1,00)
Oreat Northern rM..
Great Northern Ori ctfa.
Inttrborouih Met. pfi. .
Kanaaa Cltr Southern..
lehlih Valler ll.OOO
loul.Tllle & Naahtllle.. 900 UO
Mexican Petroleum .... 1,100 68
.Miami Copper 1.300 20
Mliaourl, K. & T
New York Central
N. V.. N. 11. & It....
Norfolk ft Western....
nsclllo T. & T
T'ullman Palace Car,..
ttar Con. Copper
Republic Iron t. Steel.
Hock Iiland Co
Hock liland Co. pfd..
St. I., ft S. r. 3d pfd.
riouthern I aclflc
Tenneiaee Copper .....
Union Pacific rfd
, 1,700 103
. 16,800 10JU
. 13,700 10SK
! '.',M0 19 "
. 84. tOO lra'i
200 IT. 14
131 li lli
United Statea Steel 146,100
U. K, Bteel pfd 3,000
Utah Copper 13,904
Weatern Union 3.404
Weatlnthouae. Electric ,. 7.400
Total ailea tor tha day,-705,300 shares.
Kerr York Money Mnrkel.
NEW YORK. July 29. MONEY On
call, strohg at 314r" per cent: ruling rate,
6 per cent: closing, 3ff4i per cent. Time
loans, strong: rntes nominal: sixty days,
6 per cent; ninety days, BQ6 per cent;
six months, BH per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER-45',,
sixty days. S4.SS: demand, S4.9334.95; com
mercial bills, S4.S5.
SILVER-IJar, 52V4c; Mexican dollars,
BONDS-Government, firm; railroad, Ir
regular. Closing quotations on bonds today were
U. S. ref. 3a, reg... 9SM. K. tr T. let 4a.. lli
do coupon 17 Mo. raclflc cr. Si.. 41
U. 8. 3a, reg 101 N, V, C. K. IV,"-.-. 10
do coupon .........101 N. Y. C. 44a. l3..103ti
U 8. 4a, reg 10SHN. Y. State 4'.4....108H
do coupon . ......110H.N. Y.. N. II. & II.
Panama 3a coupon.. 10i) ct. 6a M'4
Am. Smelting 6a.. ..lOlttNo. raclflc in M
A. T. ft T. ct. 4He. St'i do S 67!i
Armour ft Co. 4Ha.. 81SO. 8. L. ref. 4 M',
Atchlaon gen. 4a. ... MHfTac. T. ft T, 6e.. 86V,
Dal. A Ohio 4 UlVl'mn. con. 4a 100
Cher. & Ohio 4Hs.. 0fcneadlng gen. 4a 3i
I', n. Q. J. 4a.... M B. W ft H. F. r. 4a. 4
C M A 8 P g 4V41..101 Ho. Pac. cr. 4a UH
C. R. I. ft 1', c. 4a. do ref. 4 S3)i
C. A 8. ref. 4!,a.... 81 So. Itallwar 6a lOi
D. & It. O. ref. ts. 49 Union Pacific 4a.... 97
Erie an. 4ft 6t do ct. 4 IS
nan. Blectrto 1 101UU. 8. Rubber (W....10JV1
(it. No. lat 4Via..
.10JUU. 8. Bteel 6a lOIVi
. SJH"Wabaah lit la 101S
. 84VWeat, Union 4V4a... 83
. UVaWeat. Elec. ct. 5a.. 94
III. cen. ref, 4a..
K. C. Bo.' ref. la
L. & K. unl. 4a.
Quotations furnished by Rums, Brlnkcr
& Co., 449 Omaha National Rank bultd-
Deem & Co. pfd...,
Halrraont Creamery pfd. 7a
Fairmont Creamery Ouar. la,..
Illlnoia Traction pfd
Omaha & C. B. St. Ry. pfd....
Omaha ft C. D. Ry. Brldg..
Omaha Glee. It. & Pow. pfd..
Bloux City Stock Yda. pfd
Bwlft ft Co
Union 8 took Yda. Omaha
City Nat'l Bk. a
Chi. ft Mil. A St. P. 4Yta, 2014 g
Council Bluffa Oaa ft Dlec. la 1928.. 91
Dundee Par, Warrant a 7a
Dundee Realty Co. Sa, 1132
nerlor, Neb., Water 6a, 133....
Hot .Springe S. K , 4a, IM0
Kanaaa City, Mo., Tax Bills 7a.
Northern I'acltlc. 4Vie. 2047
Omaha Elec Lt. A Pow. la. 1933 II
Omaha Oaa Sa. 1917 15
City ot Omaha ta. 1911 9I4
Omaha ft C. B. 8t. Ry. ti, 1928 91
Punet Sound Tr. Lt. & Pow. ta. 1911.100
Scrlbner. Neb.. 61. 1929.
Bait Lake 6cb. 4a. 1910
Bwllt A Co. la. 1944
U. 8, Smelting ft Hat. la. 1918.,
Wayne, Neb., Sen. Dll. Si......
Ronton MlnliiR Slocks.
BOSTON. July 29. Closing quotations
on stocks were as follows:
Allouea 38 Nevada Con 13Vi
Amal, Copper HViNlplailng Mlnea ..(Ml
A. Z. U A S 13i North Butte 22 V,
Arlrona Com tlt-IINorlh I.ake'... ...... IU
Cat. A Artiona. 62ViOld Dominion 47
Cai. ft Hecla 40) Oaceola 7S
Centennial lSVQulncy J2
Copper Range C, C. S3 Shannon 414
Eaat Butte C, M... 9V.Superlor 2l
Franklin SHSuperlor A. B. M.. 1 9-1S
Oranby Con 724Tamareck j(
Oreena Cananea .... 39VIU. H. 8. R. ft M. .. UVi
Iale Royale Copper, II do pfd 45Vi
Kerr Uake ........ 1 9-ltUtah Con ,....10
Lake Copper IVl'lah Copper Co 63
La- Salle Copper 3"i Winona ij
.... v oivrrine 31
42 Butte ft superior.... SOT,
NEW YORK. July 29.-SIETAI.S-Leud:
Quiet nt .853.93; Indon. IS 5s. Spel
ter: Quiet at 15.00(36.10; London, 21 15s.
Copper; Kasy: tpot and September of.
fered at 113.00; eleotrolytlc, 113.00: lake,
nominal: castings, J13.W). Tin: Strong:
spot. S30.C51I31.23: Sentember. X.") .Vf,1 ft.
'Antimony: Dull; Cookson's, 17.12467.25.
iron: yulet and unchanged.
London Prices Concer: Finn: mint i"R7
5s; futures, A'58 5s. Tin: Firm; snot. 135
10s:, futures. lis 10s. Iron: Cleveland
warrants, 61a lMd.
ST. LOl'IS. July 29, MBTALS Lead:
Nominal, 13.75. Spelter, 4.90.
NKW YORK. July 29. COFFUE Thero
wa tulk of closing the coffee exchange
today in view of the ixmvltv .if nnriir for
eign news, but the step was not taken
and first prices showed 19 to U points de
cline. Confidence returned as the day
progressed, however, and lato foreign ad-
ices wero so optimistic that active cover
ing and Wall street and commission house
buying developed, with the result ihst
prices had a sh&rn unitim. rinuin? im.
chringed to 6 points net higher. Sales,
122..M bags. July, 7.37c; August. 7.37c;
September, 7.50c; October. 7.t0c; Decern
hf' 7i's January, 7.S5c; Jlarch. 7.94c;
May. 8.03c; June, 7.90c. Spot, quiet; Rio
No. 7, 7c; Santos No. 4. lli4c.
LIVKRPOOU July 29,-COTTON-Spot.
Unsettled: good mlddllntr. 7.31: mlrlrlllnir
6.ld; low mtddllng.'C.lld; sales. 5.000 hales.
ine couon inarKct closed verj" steady at
to 1! points net advance.
Dry tloocai -:arUrt.
NKW YORK Julv 29. DTIY ftnonS
Cotton goods quiet today; worsted yarns
dull. Foreign wool markets easier as re
sult of European situation. Jobbers re
ported moderato business.
HOGS FNTERING KANSAS
MUST BE VACCINATED
TOPEKA, Kan., July 29.-AU hogs com
ing Into Kansas except those coming for
I slaughter, must be vaccinated against hog
I cholera or thoy will not be allowed to be
taken to Kanaaa farm, tnr Kr,ii
,aKen lo Kan" arms fr breeding pur-
"w""'! ruunn mooo icxuy
' by S. S. Grayblll, state live stock sanitary
fitnni fit nnl Tha naw I. .f.Atl...
' , auic . civmv
E try body reads Bee Want Ads.
BANKER AIDS CANCER VICTIMS
NEW YOllIC, July 29.-nellevlng that
cancer Is one of the greatest problems
with which the medical profession has to
cope, Frank A. Vanderllp, president of
tho National City bank and known
throughout tho country, has lent a hand
In the founding of a rndlum Institute at
which cancer victims may rccclvo free
treatment. Tho sanitarium, which will
be located at Osslnlng, will bo equipped
with 130,000 worth of radium.
EYAN& AND BOLE IN DUEL
Former Wins at Twenty-First Hole
in Western Golf Play.
FOUR GAMES TO EXTRA HOLES
Only Oiie Man, Albert Seckel of
Riverside, Wins ItU SIntch
Easily nt ttrnntl
KENT COUNTRY CLUB, GRAND
RAPIDS, Mich., July 23. Champions met
champions In tho first round of match
play yesterday for tho western ama-
!-tour golf title nnd tho result was that
four of tho sixteen contests went to extra
holes. Ono of them was a memorable
duel between Charles Evans, Jr., of Edge
water, Chicago, nnd J. K. Ilolo of Mary
land club, Cleveland, which was won by
Evans at tho twenty-first hole.
Ocorgo S. Lyon of Toronto, D. E. Saw
yer of Wheaton, Chicago, and R. E.
Hunter of Pasadena wero tho other win
ners In overtime battles. In fact, only
one player won his match easily. He
was Albert Seckcl of Riverside, who de
feated F. R. Blossom, Midlothian, 7 up
and 6 to play.' Tho weather was splendid
and tho course In good shape. No low
medal scores were made, as most ot the
golfers played carefully, avoiding the
spectacular attempts which marked the
The results of the afternoon round of
eighteen holes follows:
Charles Evans, Jr., Edgewater.- defeated
J. IC Bole, Cleveland, 1 up In twenty-one
Howard Lee of Detroit defeated Ralph
Peters, Omaha, 4 and 2. .
Albert Scckel, Riverside, defeated F. R.
Blossom. 7 and G.
George S. Lyon. Toronto, defeated E.
II. Bankhard, jr., Mldlothlun, 1 up in nine
D. H Sawder. Wheaton, defeated Will
iam Rautcnbusch, Garfield, Chicago, 1 up
In twenty holes.
K. P. Edwards. Midlothian, defeated T.
Wordun Hunter, Detroit, 3 and 1.
Howard Walton, Champaign, defeated
George R. Pntterson. Flossmoor, 3 and 1.
Norman Fauncc, Garfield, defeated W.
B. LnngforJ, Olon Oak, Chicago, 2 and 1.
W. H. Gardner, Buffalo, defeated R. B.
Martin, Hammond, 2 and 1.
E. P. Allls, C. I. I Milwaukee, defeated
Robert A. Gardner, Hinsdale, Chicago, 2
Jack Neville, Claremont. Oakland, de
feated W. Chatficld Taylor, Onwentsla, 4
J. D. Blandish, jr.. Detroit, defeated L.
L Brcdln. Detroit, 4 and 3.
Phil Stanton, Kent, defeated Karl Dc
vol. Rlvorside, 2 nnd 1.
Harold Weber, Toledo, defeated S. W.
Reynolds. Omaha, 2 Up.
It. E. Hunter, Pasadena, defeated R.
Markwell. I-ake Shore, Chicago. 1 up In
Frazer Hale. Edgewater. defeated J. L.
Miller, Wheaton, 4 and 3.
Tho gallery followed Evans and Bole.
Each golfer was given an ovation when
he finished the eighteenth In foiir, par for
the hole. They hatved tho nineteenth nnd
twentieth holes, but" EvanS won the!
twenty-first, 4 ,o 5. Tho cards: !
Out 5 5 5 4 4 4 3 4 -4-SS
In ,...3 4 -4 5 3 4 5 4 i5 437-
Extra. 4 4 "
....5 4 4 5 4 4
.,..4 4 4 3 4 6
Evans won, 1 up.
Gardner :and Allls had a battle royal
until thej- drove toward the fifteenth hole.
The match was all snuarc when they fill.
Ished the fourteenth, 'but All's took the
next two holes when Gardner got Into
Secretary Bryan, with the approval of
the president. Went to' the rapltol to urge
members of the foreign relations commit
tee to take favorable aetlon on the twenty
new peace treaties sent to the senate
Information from democratic leaders In
congress that adjustment might be ex
pected about August 38. led President
Wilson to begin laying plans for his va
cation. The president has been bearing
up well under the hot weather of the last
few weeks, hut he Is anxious to get Mrs.
Wilson away from Washington.
Congress passed the last two big gen
eral appropriation bills of the soss'.on, the
sundry civil nnd general deficiency meas
ures. But two. supply bills, the Indian
and river and harbor bills, remain to be
pasted, and a final conference report on
the former was adopted by the senate.
The' rlver and harbor bill lit being held
up by a determined filibuster In the
Ilniicoed A until.
"I would like to get a warrant for a
man for obtaining money under false
pretenses," announced the angry man.
"What is tho trouble?" asked tho clerk.
"A fellow sold a half Interest in a
petticoat factory." replied the angry man.
Well, what Is the matter with petti
coats?" asked the clerk.
"There ain't no such animals." replied
the angry man. Cincinnati Enquirer.
FIELD OF LABOR WIDENING
Through Columns of Daily Presi
Desired Publicity is Secured.
PLAN TO ELIMINATE POVERTY
Chrirles KitR-cnr C'InrU, ' Tlr
Elected President! Addresses
United .Htntrs I.cnRti'e of
Ilntltl 11 b Assptfitlons.
WASHINGTON, July 30.-Speclat.)-One
of the features of the session ot the
tnlted States League ot Local Bulldlnf
and Loan associations was the address
of Charles Eugene Clark ot the Ken
tucky state league, the newly elected pres
ident of the national association. Mr.
Clark said. In part: -
"We are upon the very threshold of the
International convention ot bulldjng and
loan associations and housing societies,
which Is to be held tho coming ,month In
the city of London, at which convention
you will be worthily represented.
"The field of our labor- Is an ever
widening one, for, like life, lt ts a pro
gression. A large growth from year to
year, entails greater responsibilities and
ever calls us to renewed nnd more vigor
A space back, scarce exceeding a half
century of time, we wero but a mere
handful; now we nre grown to a mighty
host of some near 3,000,000 of tollers and
savers, representing- some 15,000,000 one
sixth of tho nation's citizenship upon
whose happy condition nnd progress In
life Is founded in no small degree the
general wclfnre of oifr country. '
Publicity ThrotiRh the Press.
"Through the columns of the dally press
wc may achieve the widest publicity pos
sible, present to tho public In a most
attractive and effective form with best
result that conservatism and mutual
helpfulness which Is the key of our suc
cess and the mainspring of our being and
which makes for tho advancement ot
mankind: ever aiming at thoso high Ideals
which stand for all that Is best In the
economic nnd social life of a people!
"Would you enlighten our people?
Would you eliminate poverty nnd reduce
crime to a minimum? Would you ocrivert
the malcontents of every degree and bet
tor nnd broaden our citizenship and more
largely diffuse tho wealth of tho nation
among the masses nnd multiply among
them tho necessities nnd the luxuries ot
life? Then make more generally known
the fact that through our Institutions,
the poor man's bank, organized and man
aged by himself and fellows, and scat
tered throughout tho length and breadth
of the land, that the humble and lowly,
tho Industrious and the nmbltlous, and all
those who honestly desire to better their
condition In Ilfo can through these co
operative societies climb out of the
slough ot despond, escape from penury
and want and achieve a competence and
Sees Big Demand
For Feeder .Oattte
"There Is llttlo Indication of the prlct
of cattle going any lower," said Lou F.
Blck, manager of the Bowles Commission
company of South Omaha, who ha? Just
returned from an extensive trip of twe
weeks over Nebraska nnd Into Wyoming
In search of cattlo to fill numerous orders
which his company has. ,
- "The price Is hound to stay Up because
there is such a scarcity of good heavy
beef cattle; although there are ptehtyuhal
will go from 900 to 1,003 pounds. The only
big bunch of big cattle I found on the
trip were thoso ot Hall and Graham of
Alliance, who have 1,500.
"Scarcity of the 3, i and 5-year-o!d Btufl
like the shippers used to have Is real ap
parent, for most of the shipments now
nre 2-yenr-olds. "
"There nre plenty of stockers and feed
ers and there will also bo a big demand
for these, as tho recent rains 'have Insured
the farmers of the state a bumper yield
of corn and all kinds ot grain. There are
very tow summer-fed cattle and the pack
ers must depend, on grass beef.
"Few hogs are ready fqr market tnd 1
don't think they will be until the new
corn crop comes In. While the provision
market remains high as it now Is the
prlco ot hogs Is bound to stay up."
Swindling Game is ,
Worked on Austrian
The old fashioned game of "now-you've-Rot-lt-and-now-you-ttln't"'
ished back In the days of '49 and haf
since bobbed up Intermittently, cost Her-'
man Medek his roll of 169 last night.
Medek, with a companion, Joseph
Turecek, an Austrian llko himself, had
been working In the fields of Kansas anrl
en route to the Dakotas, bumped Into a
third man, who told them on the train
coming here that he was also bound for
tho fields of tho north.
At the Union station trie trio alighted
from the train nnd had got na further
than fifty paces from the depot, when a
man ran up to Medek and accused him
of having stolen his pocketbook. This
Medek and his companion denied, but the
stranger Insisted on seeing the contents
of the former's pocketbook before he
would be convinced. Medek, startled by
the accusation, handed his pocketbook
over and saw the man open It, .pull out
a roll of b lis and then In apparent dis
gust thrust the bills back Into the pocket
book with the remark, "Guess I was mis
taken, that's not my money. It Isn't
near as big as my roll and doesn't look
The stranger departed and soon after
so did, the train acquaintance. When
the Austrlans entered a store to make
a purchase they opened the pocketbook
and found a 11 bill skillfully wrapped
about some strips of newspaper, that the
stranger had slipped In as a substitute
for the roll he took out.
It Is bel'eved the man on the train fol
lowed the pair from Kansas City and
tipped his Omaha confederate to be on
the lookout when the train came 'In.
City Bathing Beaoh
Draws Huge Crowd
The city bathing beach was the most
popular place In Omatfa last night for
those -desiring relief from the Intense
heat. No less than a thousand people
made use of the beach and Its facilities
and that they represented all classes was
evidenced by the fact that at least fifty
automobiles were line up around the
shore drives. Because of the rile of
the crowd last nlsht the staff of police
men at the park to maintain order wl.J
be Increased tonight from one to three.
The formal opening will be this evening
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